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    Buy your tests online and check-in at your lab center with your name, birthdate, and photo ID for testing.

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  • HIV Testing

    $79

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    40% OFF

    Know your HIV status ASAP

    • HIV I & II Test

    • Chlamydia Test

    • Gonorrhea Test

    • Trichomoniasis

    • Syphilis Test

    • Hepatitis B Test

    • Hepatitis C Test

    • Herpes (HSV) 1

    • Herpes Simplex 2 Test

  • Standard STD Test

    $169

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    Test for the most common STDs.

    • Chlamydia Test

    • Gonorrhea Test

    • Syphilis Test

    • HIV I & II Test

    • Hepatitis B Test

    • Hepatitis C Test

    • Herpes Simplex 2 Test

  • Comprehensive STD Test

    $199

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    Test all for peace of mind.

    • Chlamydia Test

    • Gonorrhea Test

    • Syphilis Test

    • HIV I & II Test

    • Hepatitis B Test

    • Hepatitis C Test

    • Herpes Simplex 2 Test

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What Should I Test?

Learn the ins and outs of STD testing below. Questions? Get in touch with our customer service via the green chat bubble on bottom right.

Chlamydia and gonorrhea are the most common STDs and an essential part of any STD test. Chlamydia and gonorrhea can be detected 1-2 weeks after exposure.

Most people don't need a 10 panel STD test. Most 10 panel STD tests include tests like hepatitis A, B, & C as well as herpes 1 & 2 which are unnecessary for many people. Read on to find out when it's appropriate to test for each STD.

Herpes simplex virus 1, HSV 1 for short, is the virus that causes cold sores. About 50% of people in the US have herpes 1. Once you have the virus it never goes away it just goes dormant. Unless you have frequent cold sores, or are currently experiencing symptoms, you likely don't need testing or treatment. If you test positive but are not experiencing symptoms doctors typically don't recommend treatment.

Herpes simplex virus 2, or HSV 2, causes genital herpes symptoms. About 12% of people in the US have HSV 2. Once you have the virus it never goes away it just goes dormant. Often people find out they have herpes when they show symptoms. If you think you're having herpes symptoms, get tested and we can provide treatment if positive. HSV 2 is typically not included in routine STD testing.

A) Hepatitis A vaccinations last for at least 10 years and prevent infection. Drug users and gay men are at most risk for hepatitis A, but it's typically not included in routine STD testing. B) If you have been vaccinated against hepatitis B your chances of contracting hepatitis B are zero. Your hepatitis B vaccination lasts a lifetime. If you were born after 1991 it's possible you received a hepatitis B vaccination at birth. C) Hepatitis C is spread when someone comes in contact with blood from another person. While possible to spread through sex it's uncommon. If you have used injected drugs in the past but never been tested for hepatitis C it's recommended that you test.

If you are a gay man, have injected drugs, or have had a lot of sexual partners but have not been tested for HIV it's recommended that you test. If you think you've been exposed to HIV you should definitely test. Our 4th generation HIV 1 & 2 test can accurately detect HIV infections 2 to 6 weeks after exposure. If you are infected with HIV you may experience symptoms after 2-4 weeks.

Syphilis spreads by direct contact with a syphilitic sore, known as a chancre, usually during sex. If you've had a lot of sexual partners or suspect you've been exposed you should get tested.

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Getting tested is extremely important, as it can help detect an STD. The sooner an STD is detected, the sooner you can start receiving treatment. The longer an STD goes without detection or treatment, the more difficult it becomes to treat, and it becomes more likely that you spread it to others.

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FAQs

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Yes! We offer a 40% discount on our price if you use your health insurance at the lab. Have your insurance card ready during checkout. Please note your insurance may charge additional co-pays. You can call the number on the back of your insurance card to confirm coverage and co-pays.

No problem! Choose our "All costs included" option, pay upfront for your lab tests, we'll order your tests and you go to the lab for testing.

No, our doctors review and approve your lab order form remotely. If you have questions for the doctor you may message them within your account. For non-medical questions please contact support.

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"All costs included" is just as it sounds. The doctor order, lab test costs, a follow-up appointment (if positive), and a prescription sent to your local pharmacy (if treatament is prescribed) are all included.

If you are using your insurance then the discounted cost you pay covers the doctor order, a follow-up appointment (if positive), and a prescription sent to your local pharmacy (if treatment is prescribed). Your insurance covers the cost of the lab testing at Quest. Your insurance may charge you a co-pay at the lab. You can call the number on the back of your insurance card to confirm coverage and co-pays.

Usually 2-4 calendar days after you go to the lab center for testing.

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If you test positive the doctor immediately requests a free follow-up consult to speak with you about treatment options. During your follow-up consult the doctor may prescribe medication or refer you to a specialist.

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Yes, all doctors featured on Treatable are fully licensed and insured in the states they practice.

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Last updated: 6/26/2022, 1:16:00 AM